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assembly as president. as promised in this weather center, the fog is burned off and now plenty of sunshine. let's get into the numbers. we were as low as 59 this morning. now up to 79. a beautiful day here in cedar rapids. not overly hot or muggy and sunshine aplenty. looking at 80 and i was city. 75 interview. 79 in waterloo. 79 into core. yesterday. low 40s to 50s. winds out of the east and turning to the south. the southern flow will help build humidity in the forecast. we will see skies turn partly cloudy this evening. most of the rain overnight tonight is in the far north. as we look to the future we will find a chance for some scattered showers tomorrow. late tonight, a slight risk for stronger storms around the iowa/minnesota border.
for storms as we head through the day tomorrow. that's coming up. details coming up in about 10 minutes. right now the corridor jury is to liberating the fate of a man accused of killing his girlfriend. david miller is accused of brutally murdering sabrina janish last october. jurors when into deliberations yesterday after the prosecution and defense both made closing arguments. the prosecution insists miller should be convicted of first- but the defense argues there's no motive, and there's a significant lack of evidence. "can you name the time of death? no. they cannot tell you when ms. hustad died. there's no evidence between these four walls of the time of death. as a matter of fact, there was not a finger lifted to try and determine ms. hustad's whereabouts on that day or the prior day." day.""i guess the question is
janish? what does the evidence show? it shows the dna of only two people being present, including that of the defendant" defendant."jurors went back into deliberations at nine this morning.cbs 2 news reporter dora miller is at the benton county courthouse to bring us their verdict as soon as it comes in.you can follow cbs 2 news on twitter to get the verdict right away.if miller is convicted of first degree murder, he'll spend the rest of his life in prison. calling for criminal charges against the police officer who shot and killed an unarmed black man. man.new video released by the tulsa police department shows the moments leading up the shooting.the video shows terence crutcher walking toward his s-u-v with his hands in the air as officers surrounded him.it's hard to see exactly what happened as crutcher got to the vehicle, but police say he was not cooperating. "she is giving him repeated
and he ignores all those comman" commands." "comply? what do you mean, he had his hands up." "i'm demanding that charges be pressed immediately. the video speaks for itself." itself."officer shelby is now on paid administrative leave. there have already been some protests - and police are promising a thorough investigation.the department of justice has opened up a civil rights investigation over allegations of excessive force. terror suspect ahmad khan rahami is now in custody - facing five counts of attempted murder of police officers.prosecutors are weighing additional charges over the bombings in new york and new jersey as they learn more about the suspect and what might have motivated the a. attacks.brook silva braga reports from elizabeth, new jersey where rahami lived. lived. the father of terror suspect ahmad khan rahami stood outside the family's restaurant this morninga&.and said he'd called the fbi two years ago.(sot) i tell them
piecing together clues about his 28-year old son and what might have driven him to bombings in new york and new jersey over the weekend. sources tell cbs news they've recovered a handwritten note and a notebook. the writings reveal he may have been radicalized.(james o'neill/nypd commissioner)"as far as acting alone, that's part of the investigation//t hey're going to look at his friends and family go through his records, his social media, his phones the suspect was on the run for just 50 hours before police arrested him in a shootout in new jersey. investigators say he'd left a trail of clues, including both fingerprints and dna. his face was captured by manhattan, which injured 29 people.rahami is a u-s citizen, born in afghanistan. cbs news has learned he traveled recently to afghanistan at least three times and at least once to pakistan.(brook silva-braga on cam bridge) here in new jersey, rahami lived in this house in elizabeth....just upstairs from the family's chicken restaurant.the rahamis have clashed with the community over noise complaints, and accused the city of anti-muslim sentiment
surgery for his injuries from the shootout. he's being held on more than five million muslim sentiment in a lawsuit that was later terminated he underwent surgery for his injuries from the shootout and is being held on more than 5 million he underwent surgery for his injuries from the shootout and is being held on more than $5 million bail and is said to not be cooperating with law enforcement. >> law enforcement officials say rahami was not on a terror list or no five restriction but had been interviewed while traveling between the u.s. and afghanistan. governor branstad attacked president. obama and his efforts to fight the war on terror. >> this administration hasn't taken the threat of isis and islamic extremist seriously enough. and that's why i think we need new leadership and we need to work in a coordinated effort to try to identify where the threats are and who the people are that are identified with isis and are a danger to the health and well-being of
embarassed after losing to barack obama in 2008 and narrowly defeating senator bernie sanders this year.a spokeswoman for the clinton campaign denied the accusations, saying clinton is committed to keeping iowa at the top of the election calendar. new at noon, noon,president obama just wrapped up his last address as president to the united nations general assembly. assembly.in one of his final speeches on the world stage, he talked about the security challenges facing world leaders, including the terrorism across the world.the president also urged world leaders to do more help millions of refugees coming from war torn coming from war torn syria. "our international community must work with those who look to build and not destroy." destroy." "try to imagine if it were your family and your ki" kids."later today, the president is hosting a refugee summit.the goal is to raise an additional three-billion dollars to help resettle refugees and provide access to
the f-d-a is now warning doctors and parents about giving the drug codeine to children. cbs 2 news reporter stephanie johnson is here to explain the dangers. stephanie? stephanie?kelly, the drug codeine has been used as pain relief for children for years. now it's been linked to dangerous side effects including death. codeine is most commonly found in children's cough medicine. also most doctors prescribe it to children as a pain including death. codeine is most commonly found in children's cough medicine. most doctors prescribe it to children as a pain reliever. medical experts say the human body changes codeine into morphine. depending on how fast the body breaks down the medication, children can overdose on it. doctors from the mayo clinic say there are plenty of safer alternatives were children's pain. >> the risks of using oxycodone are different and much less than those with codeine. >> if your child is using coding the fda advises parents to stick to a schedule.
doses in a day. stephanie johnson, cbs2 news. in iowa city the word of adjustment will decide if a couple can build a 7500 square foot home that looks like an extending. last week the board postponed a decision. now the decision could come as soon as tomorrow. as first reported in june, the plans for the home include brick siding and a replica of the stadiums press box. in july, neighbors filed a an iowa's governor that could bring more help for people recovering from last month's floods in northeast iowa.
terry branstad is asking president obama for disaster assistance after flooding earlier this summer. the governor wants a federal declaration for eight counties in northeast iowa that were hit hard by heavy rains and flash flooding. the high water is ruined roads, homes and shut down schools. one person died when their car was swept away. governor branstad has already issued a state disaster proclamation as a federal declaration, it would open up more assistance to local and state agencies. we are in the weather center now taking a look at our weather today. >> a book bite and where to spot. i'm sorry. i didn't mean to be rude but it started itching. >> i noticed you were checking your arm out. >> that is my point her arm. i am playing injured today. let's give it a shot. low 80s today. much nicer. we talked about that flooding
again. we will talk about that coming up. 82 this afternoon. cedar rapids, very sunny right now. 79 degrees. east and southeast breeze. we will start building the humidity in this evening and overnight. 79 in monticello. waterloo, 79. 80 and iowa city. dew points are much cooler, lower numbers than yesterday. dew 60s. we are feeling the humidity building across northeast iowa. winds anywhere from 6-12 miles an hour. 84 in mason city. 85 and fort dodge. 87 in des moines. low to mid 80s for us out there, especially in the quad cities. we are warmer tomorrow. look at what's happening around the middle west. warm air is building.
an area of low pressure continues to move our way. as we look to the west we're finding some scattered showers and thundershowers north of us, around fairmont and back toward the mankato area and over to wells and austin, minnesota. that moisture will press east and as it does it will bring more cloud cover as we look for scattered showers this evening and overnight in the northern half of i was -- iowa. he was he the first wave roll through in the morning. this warm front continues to move through ringing the humidity and muggy air. here's what we have for this afternoon. dry for us but watch the north. late tonight, some scattered showers a possible. we will see more as we head through wednesday morning. tomorrow will feature more cloud cover mixed with sunshine. muggy air and warmer temperatures. isolated shower and thunderstorm chances. that takes us through thursday into the late morning. we have an active pattern staying with us from tonight
morning. here's a peek at the rainfall. you see most of it goes around us. but we start to move more rain through eastern iowa into thursday. in some spots, especially north of highway 20 could see another 2-4 inches of rain. because of that come the same ariza plagued by rain the last few weeks will do it again. flash flood watch goes into effect until 7 pm thursday for those same areas, baez, leighton mitchell county >> a very slight risk for severe storms in the far north. tomorrow, a marginal threat for us out there which means we will have thunderstorms but we're not expecting severe weather. here's your extended forecast. the big story will be the rain. upper 80s tomorrow. scattered showers and storms and more on the same thursday. we will have more on friday as well. the first day of fall feels more like a nice summer day.
and thunderstorms. to stay around for friday. dry saturday in the low 80s. more rain with upper 70s sunday and lower 70s with rain for monday. we know there are some extra clouds in the sky today for fans of angelina jolie and brad pitt. this afternoon the internet is going wild after finding out that angelina jolie filed for divorce from brad pittsburgh tmz reports the couple is calling it quits after 12 years. she filed a legal documents citing irreco differences and is asking for physical custody of their six children. she only wants joint legal custody and for him to have visitation rights. cmc said she is upset with the way brad pitt was parenting their children. she said she's not asking for spousal support being >> apparently he was training them to break into a casino. the one with george clooney -- >> what a motley crue.
>> with how you are going with that. we will have more on that. entertainment tonight coming on at 6:30 pm. still ahead, the one thing you need to know at the gas pump to make sure you're not wasting money when you phillip. -- fill up. kini wanna see if it changed. score? credit scores don't change that much, do they? really? i'll take it. sir, your credit... -is great right? when was the last time you checked? yeah, i'd better check my credit score.
a new report from triple-a says americans waste billions of dollars at the pump every year on higher grade gas.the report says "drivers unnecessarily upgraded from regular to premium gasoline an estimated 272- welcome back. a report from aaa said americans waste billions of dollars at the pump every year on higher grade gas. the report said drivers estimated 272 million times in the past year. prefer to use plus. to keep the engine good."richard ulrich prefers regular, he too hears the siren song of higher grade gas...(sot-richard ulrich/driver)"uh i think the octane level, yeah i think so, makes the engine run better, i think it runs cleaner with the higher octane,"(natsot-john nielsen/aaa)"i think it's easy to believe that something that is premium sounds like a
>> the octane level. i think so. designed to run on regular gasoline, using the premium fuel or the 93 octane isn't going to make it run better, have better fuel economy, or have lower emissions."(gfx)aaa looked at cars with a v-6 (2016 dodge charger), a v-8 (2016 toyota tundra) and four cylinder engines (2016 mazda 3) and found 'no benefit' to using a higher level of gas than was called for by the manufacturer. triple-a estimates 16.5 million drivers mis-fueled their cars by upping the octane unnecessarily last year...costing them an extra 2.1 billion dollars.only about 16% of vehicles on the road typically high performance or luxury cars.another 10% run best on mid-grade, while 7 in aaa estimates 16.5 million drivers ms. fueled their cars by upping the teen unnecessarily last year, costing them an extra $2.1 billion. only about 16% of vehicles on the road require premium gas. there typically high- performance or luxury cars. another 10% won best on midgrade while 7 in 10 cars on the road only need regular.
which represents the gasoline industry agrees most cars run just fine on regular, 87. cbs news, washington. aaa said using premium won't hurt your car's engine or its performance but if the car is designed for regular it won't benefit from the higher that was glammed up and displayed on the cat walk during london fashion week. investors are in a bit of a
a bit of a holding pattern ahead of today's two-day fed policy meeting. tomorrow- we'l welcome back. investors were in a holding pattern ahead of today's fed meeting. tomorrow we will find out if the fed thinks the economy is strong enough for an interest rate hike. most economist and the fed will not raise rates yet. the next opportunity would be in december after the
is publicly apologizing and accepting responsibility for the company's recent scandal. testifying in front of the senate banking committee today he denied any orchestrated fraud by bank management. only this month the bank was fined for secretly opening or than 2 million unauthorized accounts for customers in order to meet sales goals. more than 5000 employees were fired. >> i want to make very clear that we never directed nor wanted our team members to provide products and services to customers that they did not that is not good for our customers. and that is not good for our business. it is against everything that we stand for as a company. >> wells fargo employees have said they were pressured to meet unrealistic sales goals and that they opened the bogus accounts so they would not lose their jobs. stumpf has refused to step down despite calls for him to do so. the seattle city council has approved new rules in
they require businesses to schedule shift two weeks in advance and compensate workers for last-minute changes. seattle was one of the first cities to move towards a $15 minimum wage. replacements for samsung galaxy note 7 will be available in the u.s. starting tomorrow. the phone was recalled last week after dozens of people reported it caught fire while charging. the exchange program got off to a bumpy start outside the united states monday. in the home market of south korea, the program did not attr few were actually able to exchange their phones. crocs are making their debut on the catwalk. designer christopher kane who rolled out rhinestone covered crocs during london fashion week. they come in different colors and evoke said they are weirdly, absolutely ridiculously chic. if that's what you with the color. justin has weather for us
we have been running numbers and by we i mean brandon, we have had 70% of our september thus far -- it has been above normal. including today. 14 of the last 20 days have been above normal. 79 in cedar rapids. 80 and iowa city. let's talk about what is coming our way. scattered showers. i think people in far north iowa will have rain this evening into the overnight here's what we're finding unpredicted. as you see, those clouds will build to the north and east. scattered showers continue and we will see often on raindrops through the day tomorrow. flash flood watch in effect starting later tonight. this will stay with us through 7 pm thursday. same spots that have been dealing with heavy rain. this slowly moves into the forecast tomorrow and stays with us through friday. the warmest day of the week is tomorrow with upper 80s.
the older we get, the more we measure quality of life by the numbers. so when washington politicians like rod blum keep voting to raise social security's retirement age to 70, it's time to pay attention. for years, he's pressed to privatize social security, risking seniors' guaranteed benefits on the stock market. and blum even supports cutting social security benefits. that's a plan for our seniors that doesn't add up for iowa. responsible for the content of this message. responsible i'm really good
at war. i love war in a certain way. including with nukes, yes including with nukes. i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me. nuclear, just the power the devastation, is very important to me.
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have, and they always will. >> brooke: and you, of course, are an expert on teenagers. >> bill: i'm an expert on everything. you should know that by now. >> brooke: r.j.'s not your normal teenager. >> bill: ah, spoken like a true mother. >> brooke: he's older than his years. he always has been. >> bill: okay. then give him a gold star and stick it on his forehead. but don't let him run your life. we're supposed to leave today -- start our adventure, get married.